Three major telecommunications companies provide message board services for disaster October 13th, 14:25
In response to the widespread damage caused by typhoons, telecommunications companies provide disaster message boards that can exchange information about safety.
Among them, NTT Docomo, AU's KDDI, and the three major Softbank mobile phone companies provide a message board service that allows users to register and confirm safety information on their homepages, etc. We provide a service to deliver safety information.
NTT East also provides a “disaster message dial” service that allows users to register and check voice messages.
To tell yourself about your safety, you can register a message by calling 171 from a landline or mobile phone and entering your home or work phone number.
To listen to the registered message, dial 171 and enter the landline number of the person you want to check for safety.
NTT East also operates a “Disaster Message Board / web171” that allows users to register and confirm safety information on the site. The address is “https://www.web171.jp”.